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for bloom berg view. ramesh has published articles in "the new york times," washington post, wall street yowrnl and financial times. he's also the author, i didn't even know this until today, of a monograph that aei published in 1995 called "the mystery of japanese growth." he's been a fellow at the institute of economic affairs in london and a media fellow at stanford university's hoover institution. thank you all for joining us today. so here's how this is going to work. weaver going of to have our -- we're going to have our panelists each talk for about ten minutes, and i may ask questions as we go along, but we're going to leave plenty of time for questions from the audience, so, please, keep that in mind, and we'll have microphones that'll go around later so we can have a nice, spirited discussion. with that, i'm going to start with alfonso, open up with you. thanks. >> thank you very much for the opportunity to be with you this morning. certainly, i think there has been since the election a seismic change in the political landscape when it comes to latinos and immigration. and i'm
's healthcare corner. you sent me a "washington post" piece. this is going to be a serious problem but many americans unaware of healthcare law changes. now comes the real work, right? people knowing about this and because if enough people don't take part, it's not going to work right? >> right. we've got a big task ahead of us and this is going to be a big issue. obviously we know from the fight over the affordable care act that we had a lot of trouble getting the right information out. so people knew what was really going on and what the affordable care act really does. >> stephanie: i was just going to say once again republicans thanks again because they spent so much time demagoguing it and stonewalling it, it has led to this wall of misinformation that now that it survived the supreme court in this election, we have to start getting out the right information so people know what to do. >> right. the problem is that we have to get people enrolled in the plans. get people to understand how they can take part in th
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